Contact details+61 2 8020 7666
Practice groupFamily & Relationship Law
Maggie is a lawyer in our Family and Relationship Law group, and has been practising exclusively in family law since March 2017 after completing the Graduate Program at Landers.
Prior to specialising in family law, Maggie worked as a paralegal at an international commercial law firm in Sydney. During this time, she worked on complex litigation matters. This experience helped develop her commerciality as well as a pragmatic approach to family law matters.
Prior to joining Landers, Maggie worked at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague, Netherlands, providing legal assistance to the judges of Trial Chamber VI. Maggie also worked at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, assisting international judges and legal advisers on matters of international criminal jurisprudence. Maggie's experience at the ICC and Khmer Rouge Tribunal overseas developed her capacity to professionally handle very sensitive issues, as well as a greater ability to work with clients from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Maggie's interest in human rights enhances her client-focus in family law matters.
Maggie's areas of practice include:
- matters involving family violence;
- parenting arrangements for the care of children, including international relocation issues;
- child support and spousal maintenance matters;
- property settlements, including complex property settlements involving large asset pools; and
- divorce applications.
Maggie joined Lander & Rogers in March 2016 and was admitted to practice in December 2016.
Bachelor of International Studies – University of New South Wales, Sydney
Bachelor of Laws – University of New South Wales, Sydney
Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice – College of Law, Sydney
Member of NSW Young Lawyers - Family Law Committee
Member of NSW Young Lawyers - Human Rights Committee